Education

Monday 21 July 2014

Community Innovation Improves Quality Data Reporting

While most of the community caregivers in Community Based Child Care Centres (CBCCs) have low education attainment that makes it difficult for them to fill out data capturing forms for their centres, the communities around Chaidoni Village in Balaka District have devised an ingenious way to ensure that low education attainment no longer stands in the way of quality data reporting. Save the Children’s Monitoring and Evaluation Manager for the Education Program in Malawi, Charles Nzawa testifies.

Wednesday 18 June 2014

Launch of the National Girls' Education Strategy

Save the Children has a lot to be proud of ­– it has played a major role in contributing to the recently launched National Girls Education Strategy and has helped build a network of support towards girls’ education.

On 6th May 2014, the National Girls Education Strategy was launched at the Bingu Conference Centre. In attendance were the likes of the UN Resident Coordinator, UNICEF’s Country Director, Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and the Guest of Honor, the Honourable Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Dr. Lucius Kanyumba.

Tuesday 25 March 2014

All Children Should Read

What is your first thought when you are given a fine? I can bet you that if you ever have received one, at that very moment you did, you were not too delighted knowing you were about to incur a loss.

Tuesday 25 March 2014

Stopping at Nothing Short of Success: The Story of Alinafe Rojasi

While many pupils in most parts of rural areas of Malawi think improved livelihood is key to regular school attendance, Alinafe Rojasi, an 11-year student has a different story all together.

Tuesday 25 March 2014

The Loftiest Towers Rise From the Ground: The Story of Brenda Liwonde

Brenda lives in Walamwa Village with her single mother and attends Maera CBCC (Community Based Childcare Centre) like many of the other children in her village.

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